I have 3 large trees in my backyard. We have tried to grow grass since purchasing this home. As the trees grow I lose more grass each year. Any/all suggestions apprec... See more
I would like to plant a Bermuda Grass front lawn that might grow really thisk. I want a really great variety,not common, and do not want to plug.
Hi there please help my 15 year old son is trying to be eco friendly .He decided to make a compost in our garden .It started off good then things started to change qu... See more
I poured my goldfish aquarium's water onto my garden several times, thinking it would be good for the plants. But suddenly most of my plants began to dry out and turn... See more
My front lawn is covered with dead, tree leaves. Which method is best for the lawn? To rake, clean up the messy appearance?? Or leave a leaf coat to cover against the... See more
We have a small woods and lots of trees. We have always mulched the leaves, but today on the radio they said that was harmful for you lawn. Any thoughts or suggestion... See more
I have these beautiful sweet potato plants that are thriving outside, and since the weather is changing, was wondering if I can transplant them or bring the planters ... See more
yellow spots appeared on my lawn in very short time???
So, I know the general idea of building a compost pile, but I have some questions, because a bunch of rotting stuff on my property, frankly, sounds gross. How do you ... See more
I do not have a very good track record with roses but have bought another and really want to keep it alive !!! thanks
I live in Missouri, the soil is very rocky and I have red clay. My area of orange day lilys have been surviving for over 60 years with no assistance. The last few y... See more
Have compost bin, leaves, will use food scraps, someone suggested news paper, someone else suggested hay.
I want to be able to pulverize the shells (lime) to be used in my garden soil.
Do the round black tumbling composters REALLY work or are they a waste of money?